I have installed CW2K 5th Edition on an HPOV NNM 6.2 server running Solaris 2.8 but am having major integration issues between the two applications. None of the applications under the Cisco Applications menu appear to work, but are also not generating error messages. Right clicking a Cisco icon does not produce the CiscoView option as it did with previous integrations.
Has anyone successfully integrated these two products in a purely UNIX production environment? Any suggestions on what I might have forgotten? I loaded JRE 1.3.1 and the latest cluster patch out of HP, but still no luck. I have a TAC case as well, but was hoping to find someone who had succeeded where I so far have not.
Make sure that you used the latest Adapter since both HPOV and CW2K are on the same server. After the integration, did the icons in HPOV map change to show the correct CIsco device model instead of Generic icons?. If so, then select a icon and then see if you get the CV launch option in HPOV menus or not. Since without selecting the icon, the CV launch will be grayed out. Last thing to check is the log file to be sure that the integration went ok without errors.
I used the 1.5 Adapter that I downloaded from CCO but still have generic icons. Guess I will uninstall and reinstall after downloading a fresh copy of the 1.5 Adapter. But I didn't pull any errors in the Integration Log.
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